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Species, subspecies, intergrades, etc.

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Posted by: Sunherp at Thu Oct 25 17:50:51 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Sunherp ]  
   

Lots of stuff going on right now, but I do stop by to read posts as time allows! Hope everyone is well!

I happened across this thread on another forum that I frequent and thought some of you guys might enjoy the read.

Herp Classification

I'm sure a few of you are aware that there's some "earth shaking" stuff going on right now in the triangulum world. We'll see a much-needed revision of the species in the coming months, I hear. Like much of the recent phylogenetic research that's been published in recent years, it'll make a lot more sense if you can grasp the concepts of what Eric Rittmeyer (ritt) posted. It's one of the best summaries of current phylogenetic research, species concepts, and the "problem" with subpecies that I've seen.

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